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‘Glow-coming’ to offer inclusivity

‘Glow-coming’ to offer inclusivity

Anna duSaire, Atticus Raasch, and Annabella Strathman

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

With the Homecoming dance occurring the second week of school, students’ faces won't be the only things glowing. According to Student Council advisor Lindenberg, the dance will feature glow-in-the-dark elements similar to that of a previous theme. “There was a glow in the dark kind o...

Science Department organizes weekly potlucks

Science Department organizes weekly potlucks

Alex Balfour, Yonah Davis, and Navjot Kaur

January 11, 2017


Filed under School clubs and activities

When Chemistry teacher Alexander Polk enters the science room on a Potluck day, he feels relieved in his ability to unwind and share pre-made food with his peers. According to science teacher Alan Wachutka, the science department teachers participate in a weekly potluck with various themes depending ...

Eating greens improves performance

Samyu Yenamandra

October 27, 2016


Filed under Sports

It can be hard for student athletes to maintain a sufficient diet, according to registered dietician Alyssa O’Brien, but O’Brien said eating right is necessary for athletes. “(Eating right) will give you nutrients to support energy and endurance to sustain energy during a game. You need to get ...

Meet the Makers

Meet the Makers

Jonah Kupritz

October 9, 2015


Filed under School clubs and activities, Showcase

Nutritional services staff share about their jobs, themselves

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Greeks share tradition with the community

Greeks share tradition with the community

Makagbe Kuyateh

September 5, 2015


Filed under City Entertainment

Last year, the Greek Fest sold more than 2,000 dinners, 300 salads, 2,000 orders of french fries and 2,000 spanakopitas and tyropitas. “Taste of Greece” gathers authentic Greek food, music and culture near Lake Calhoun during Labor Day weekend every year for the past 27 years. Katherine Boosali...

Restaurants bring worldly cuisine to the Twin Cities

Restaurants bring worldly cuisine to the Twin Cities

Julia Nathan

March 19, 2015


Filed under City Entertainment, Multimedia, Showcase

It may be tough to fly around the world to get a taste of different cultures, but with these diverse local venues, diners have the opportunity to sample a variety of international dishes without a passport. ...

Restaurant Review- Aji: Contemporary Japanese

Restaurant Review- Aji: Contemporary Japanese

Isaac Greenwood and Josh Scal, Staff Writer

March 9, 2013


Filed under Reviews

Asian cuisine restaurant fails to impress   Recently opened on Main St. in downtown Hopkins, Aji restaurant serves up Japanese cuisine in a modern, sophisticated venue. Only a ten minute drive from Park high school, Aji serves some decent options—if you’re willing to pay the price. Upon entering...

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